The Clos Antonin Rodet

In the heart of the village, the Clos Antonin Rodet is an island of greenery and elegance, which encapsulates the South Burgundy way of life. This imposing 17th century building has a typical Burgundian roof of glazed tiles.  The elegant rooms look out onto a magnificent English-style garden, offering a haven of peace in the midst of century-old trees.

As one strolls around the garden, one can discover the former greenhouse, whose glass structure was made by a contemporary of Gustave Eiffel. Just nearby are the former stables that have now been converted into a charming tasting room where visitors can browse among a selection of wines from the Maison and its various estates.